From the White Guide Nordic 2018:
- Address: Telliskivi 2, 10611 Tallinn
- Phone: +372 664 4055
- Web: kolmsibulat.eu/
- Seats: 70
Influenced by Asian food but rejecting gastronomic borders, Kolm Sibulat is the second restaurant ofoneof the brightest and most creative Estonian food families - top chef Roman Zaštšerinski, his wife Jana, and cousin Igor Andrejev. Their first restaurant, Moon, is dedicated to classic Slavic canons, butat Kolm Sibulat, sky (along with good taste) isthe limit. Regardless of which region of the world has inspired a particular dish, the plates feature an excellent balance of components. Bridging Asia and Europe, the chefs at Kolm Sibulat pair salmon tartar with courgette kimchi and classic brioche; the noodles are served with duck confit. While some “Europeans” like traditional chicken schnitzel or panna cotta can be found on the menu, it avoids the extremes of eclecticism. The excellent drink list, competent service and cozy atmosphere lend the balance further stability...
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